|Plot: (from DVD Cult)|
The story revolves around cursed ex-Nazi Baron Rhoneberg who welcomes seven tourists (including a priest) to Castle Rhoneberg when they become lost on a back-roads tour. Each tourist represents one of the 7 deadly sins, and there are religious overtones throughout the film. One good scene has the Baronís butler bring the tourists to their rooms, and informing them of all the various deaths that have occurred in each room over the centuries. Part of the Baronís curse says that his family is haunted by a succubus, who mysteriously joins the tourists at dinner one evening in human guise (the sinfully delicious Erika Blanc). As she tries to tempt the priest, the other tourists begins their own night of sinning, and are soon preyed upon by the succubus. After dispatching the sinners, the succubus sets her sights on the priest who is wise to her ways but too late to help his companions. There is a confrontation in the end with the succubusís master, ol scratch himself. And of course what Euro-horror movie is complete without a twist ending?
Two of the tourists (Ivana Novak and Shirley Corrigan) decide to share a room since one of them feels afraid. She soon forgets all about the creepy castle when she's being seduced by the other girl.